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Diamond Games is pleased to announce the release of our first hit free-to-play mobile soccer game, The Final Duel. We would like to take the moment to extend our immense gratitude to all our magnificent fans and users.
By Daren Rubenfeld
There is a cacophony of voices sounding off on the news network today spouting judgment on Jodi Arias. In my view, it is a spout that needs to be turned off.
By Howards Solicitors
MOTORING lawyer Oliver Gardner is urging drivers that are thinking of letting others taking the rap to avoid points on their licences to think again.
By Wert-Berater, Inc.
Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch were placed on four weeks' probation and fined $25,000 Tuesday for their pit road confrontation following Saturday night's Sprint Cup race at Darlington Raceway.
By Fast Market Research
New Financial Services market report from Business Monitor International: "Indonesia Commercial Banking Report Q1 2011"
By eDoctor, Inc.
Late-November CMS electronic prescribing incentives update for 2011 finalized stipulations regarding the adoption of electronic prescribing in 2011 to avoid incurring penalties in 2012 and 2013.
By Revolver PR
Dynamo Games Walks Away With The Herald Digital Media Games Award For Their First Facebook Game, Soccer Tycoon.
By Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
Smokers average about four 15-minutes smoking breaks a day, wasting an employer more than a year of the smoker's working life, according to a new study, yet most employers don't reduce their pay or permit nonsmokers similar break time - ASH
By Revolver PR
Soccer Tycoon, the first Facebook game from the award-winning studio Dynamo Games has been launched successfully and the company has redesigned its website to support players worldwide
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Several recent polls and surveys show growing public support for penalizing employees who smoke by making them pay more for their health insurance, reports Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), America's first antismoking organization.

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